1993 Summit

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1993 Eagle Summit

Review Score

3.0 out of 5 stars


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Score Breakdown
3 out of 5 stars Comfort
4 out of 5 stars Value for the Money
3 out of 5 stars Interior Design
2 out of 5 stars Reliability
3 out of 5 stars Performance
4 out of 5 stars Exterior Styling

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3 out of 5 stars

The Mirage with wings, not

by morbius from Cambridge, MA on Wed Jul 19 2006

Chrysler and Mitsubishi are still married, I think, but their first offspring were a little rough around the edges. I liked the styling of the Summit four-door, and the price, so I got one. 13 years later, it's still running (but I've only put 29K on it), but, the windows don't work, the passenger door is broken, the interior light switch is gone, and the seat belts don't work, which is a major pain.

3 out of 5 starsComfort
4 out of 5 starsValue for the Money
3 out of 5 starsInterior Design
2 out of 5 starsReliability
3 out of 5 starsPerformance
4 out of 5 starsExterior Styling

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Our Take on the 1993 Eagle Summit

Although it is a low-volume car of mixed parentage, the 1993 Eagle Summit can proudly boast a major accomplishment among the 300 to 400 other models vying for attention in the marketplace.

The Summit is the industry standard-bearer when it comes to offering that precious commodity called space. Summit may be ranked as a subcompact based onexterior dimensions, but it has interior room most midsize cars would envy.

You can stretch legs and arms and wiggle the head without having them go bump in the night inside this subcompact built by Mitsubishi and marketed by Chrysler Corp.

The four-door Summit sedan, an offspring of the Mitsubishi Mirage, offers exceptional room, above-average fuel economy... Read More